Three murders within eighteen months. Three that they knew of. How many other women the Bedsheet Serial Killer had raped and murdered was anyone’s guess. This case was definitely beyond the reach of a single police department, and whether the local police force liked it or not, this was a case for the FBI, and Agent Rick Clark would need all of the resources the agency had available to solve it.
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A short story by Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev (1871—1919), originally published in 1899. * * * * * * Рассказ Леонида Николаевича Андреева (1871—1919), впервые опубликованный в 1899 году. ?Посетитель, рассматривавший в зеркало свою физиономию с тою обостренною внимательностью и интересом, какие являются только в парикмахерской, замечал, что у него…
The story begins with Agent Rick Clark and his colleague, Marty Robin, a forensic psychologist, investigating the brutal murders of several women within the last three years. With Clark’s help, Marty struggles to discover the motive behind the Bed Sheet Serial Killer’s horrifying acts of murder and perversion. But at an immeasurable cost to both of them.
This is a powerful story about courage, commitment, and personal loss. But it is also a story about regenerative hope and how it can restore one to wholeness. From the ashes of a terrible tragedy, a fate battered phoenix arises and promises healing and justice for a torture souls.